It seems Disney are forever re-releasing their DVDs in various special edition formats and it can be a hard choice to purchase it again if you already have it sitting in your collection. This is the very dilemma I was experiencing with their latest release Lady & The Tramp until now…

Disney have released a sneak peak at one of the extras and now I feel certain that I will go out and buy the diamond addition. It is a rare interview with Diane Disney Miller talking about her father and showing you around Walt’s  ‘secret’ apartment above the firehouse in Disneyland.  As many of you might know Walt holds a very special place in my heart and is a constant inspiration to me as both as a person and a small business owner so I delight in any material about who he truly was and who better to tell us then his daughter.

Since the release of the above clip Diane has given a lovely interview to the Huffington Post which offers a brief beautiful look back at her father. You can read the interview here.

And if that wasn’t enough, the “Lady and the Tramp” Diamond Edition includes another special feature: Disney Second Screen, which brings you exclusive digital content through your computer or iPad – including a tour of Walt’s apartment with an interactive VIP tour guide!

The Diamond Edition of Lady and Tramp is out on Blu Ray & DVD in shops and online for a limited period so add this gem to your collection today!

By Adam

Adam has been a fan of Disney since he was small. He runs the Disneybrit Podcast. He is also the author of several Disney books.

4 thoughts on “Lady and The Tramp – Very Special Extra Features”
    1. We did with Princess and the Frog and it seemed to die out when 3D came in so you get the triple play 3D Blu-Ray, Blu-Ray and DVD. I wished they brought back a digital copy for those who want to watch films on the move without paying for the movie again

      1. Digital copies are available with newer releases including Cars 2 3D and the Lion King 3D. The US release of Lady and the Tramp includes a digital copy so it can’t be difficult for Disney in the UK to include them.

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